Slovenian National Corpus

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Slovenian National Corpus FidaPLUS is the 621 million words (tokens) corpus of the Slovenian language, gathered from selected texts written in Slovenian of different genres and styles, mainly from books and newspapers.[1]

The FidaPLUS database is an upgrade of the older (FIDA) corpus, which was developed between 1997 and 2000, with added texts that were published up to 2006 and was the result of the applicative research project of the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences, both University of Ljubljana, and Jožef Stefan Institute's Department of Knowledge Technologies.[2]

Year of publication Number of words Percent
1979 - 1990 262.708 0.04%
1991 1.487.895 0.24%
1992 2.256.692 0.36%
1993 3.208.687 0.52%
1994 7.534.689 1.21%
1995 7.433.897 1.2%
1996 16.913.916 2.27%
1997 31.589.250 5.09%
1998 43.512.041 7.01%
1999 54.711.630 8.81%
2000 57.677.534 9.29%
2001 74.720.532 12.03%
2002 72.802.484 11.72%
2003 82.897.097 13.35%
2004 67.041.167 10.79%
2005 39.086.695 6.29%
2006 44.526.825 7.17%
N/A 13.486.261 2,17%

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] The FidaPLUS number of words by date of publication
  2. ^ [2] The FidaPLUS team list and institutional affiliations

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